|Location||Christchurch City, Canterbury|
|Listed||Fri 13 Jul, 1:55 pm|
|Type||Full time, Permanent|
Supportive and collaborative culture
Our client is a leading Contractor in the electrical Distribution industry in New Zealand. They are committed to delivering quality focused contracting services nationwide.
Our client is seeking experienced Cable Jointers to carry out jointing on paper insulated and polymeric cables from 400v to 11kV, and polymeric cables up to 33kV.
Required Skills and Experience
The successful applicants will have:
EWRB Registration and a current Practicing Licence
Competency as a Jointer in 400v to 11kV PVC
Experience with 400V plastic insulated cables
Experience with live 400V lead sheath cables
Experience with paper insulated and polymeric cables up to and including 11kv and polymeric cables up to 33kv
Experience with 22kV cables other than oil-filled and / or gas pressure cables
Experience in jointing of oil filled cables of 22kV and above would be an advantage
Relevant industry experience
Compliance, commissioning and testing experience for all requirements of cable jointing up to 33kv
Experience installing electricity network conductors
Excavates and reinstates underground cable installation sites
Installs cables, terminations and joints in polymeric and/or paper insulated power cables
Good understanding of the value of health and safety in this environment
Neat and tidy work habits
Have a full Class 1 New Zealand driver’s licence
Have previous experience in armoured cables would be an advantage
The successful candidates will need to pass a pre-employment medical drug and alcohol test, and a pre-employment Ministry of Justice check.
Our client encourages initiative and quality results. They are supportive of staff and have a strong team philosophy. If you thrive on working in a social, team-based culture and enjoy the opportunity of developing your own skill base, like variety in your work and being acknowledged for your contribution, then we look forward to hearing from you.
What we offer
A competitive hourly rate with overtime available
Career progression, training and development
A modern well-maintained fleet of vehicles and plant
Working with the latest tools and equipment
Wellness initiatives – including flu vaccinations
A work life balance
Social Club access
Access to subsidised medical insurance
Overseas applicants must hold New Zealand Citizenship, Permanent Residency or have a valid Work Permit.
To apply, please use reference #5253 and submit your CV and cover letter in Word format via this website or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org